Characterization of pyrolysis products from fast pyrolysis of live and dead vegetation native to the Southern United StatesAuthor(s): Mohammad-Saeed Safdari; Mahmood Rahmati; Elham Amini; Joel E. Howarth; Jansen P. Berryhill; Mark Dietenberger; David R. Weise; Thomas H. Fletcher
Source: Fuel. 229: 151-166
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Southwest Research Station
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CitationSafdari, Mohammad-Saeed; Rahmati, Mahmood; Amini, Elham; Howarth, Joel E.; Berryhill, Jansen P.; Dietenberger, Mark; Weise, David R.; Fletcher, Thomas H. 2018. Characterization of pyrolysis products from fast pyrolysis of live and dead vegetation native to the Southern United States. Fuel. 229: 151-166. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fuel.2018.04.166.
KeywordsPyrolysis, Live plant, Biomass, Char, Tar, Light gas
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